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UEFA Cup Finalists
December 21st, 2007 7AM

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The UEFA Cup moves into the round of 32 in February -- with 24 qualifiers from the group stage of the UEFA Cup and eight from the UEFA Champions League.

Thursday's Results
Group A

AZ 2 (Pelle 16, Jaliens 65) Everton 3 Johnson 2, Jagielka 43, Vaughan 79).
Larissa 1 (Kozlej 11) Nuremberg 3 (Saenko 45, Mintal 57, Charisteas 71).

Group B
Aberdeen 4 (Smith 47, 55, own 71, Foster 82) FC Copenhagen 0.
Atletico Madrid 2 (Luis Garcia 74, Simao 90+60) Panathinaikos 1 (Salpingidis 34).

Group C
AEK Athens 1 (Rivaldo 68) Villarreal 2 (Mavuba 40, Tomasson 69).
Fiorentina  2 (Mutu pen. 44, Vieri 67).

Group D
Hamburg 1 (Olic 73) Basel 1 (Ergic 58).
Rennes 1 (M'bia 88) Dynamo Zagreb 1 (Vukojevic 57).

Qualifiers from UEFA Cup
Nuremberg
Zenit St. Petersburg
Atletico Madrid
Panathinaikos
Aberdeen
Villarreal
Fiorentina
AEK Athens
Hamburg
Basel
Brann
Bayer Leverkusen
Spartak Moscow
FC Zurich
Bayern Munich
Braga
Bolton Wanderers
Getafe
Tottenham
Anderlecht
Bordeaux
Helsingborg
Galatasaray

Third-place finishers from UEFA Champions League
Marseille
Rosenborg
Werder Bremen
Benfica
Rangers
Sporting
PSV
Slavia Prague



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